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macacori, I, 204, 233, II, 27; at 
Sonoita, I, 194; at Caborca, II, 
209; at San Valentin, II, 182; at 
San Simon, I, 275 ; at Santa Eu- 
lalia, I, 337 
Ratkay, Joannes, S.J: I, 31 
Reales: see Mines 

Red Sea [Gulf of California]: I, 325 
Remedios (mission) : see Nuestra Se- 

nora de los Remedios 
Resaval, Gen. Andres de: II, 187 
Retana, Gen. Juan Fernandez de: 
captain of Presidio of Conchos, II, 
122; in Sonora, letters of, II, 124, 
127 

Revell, Thomas, S.J: I, 31 

Reyes de Sonoidag, Los: Pima vil- 
lage: Kino at, I, 205; Coro at, I, 
233, 307; Kino sends message to, 
I, ?07 

Ribas, Andres Perez de, S.J: mis- 
sionary and historian, I, 87, 223 

Rio Amarillo: I, 350 

Rio Azul: seen by Kino, I, 193, 197, 

350 

Rio de los Apostoles: see Rio Gila; 
Gila River 

Rio Grande de Gila: see Gila River 

Rios: see Therdn de los Rios 

Riva de Zalazar, Juan de la: II, 
196 

Rodriguez, Diego: soldier with Kino, 
1699, I, 204 

Rodriguez, Estevan: captain in Cali- 
fornia, II, 154 

Rodriguez Cabrillo, Juan: explora- 
tion of coast, I, 36 

Rodriguez Cermeno, Juan: see Cer- 
meno 

Rolandegui, Bernardo, S.J: procura- 
tor to Rome, I, 227, 375, II, 68 

Rome: altar of St. Ignatius in, II, 158 

Romero, Capt. Juan: II, 140 

Romero, Capt. Sebestian: with Ki- 
no's expedition to Caborca, I, 124; 
in California, I, 190 

Rosario, El, vessel : II, 54 



Roxas, Antonio de, S.J: missionary 
in Sonora, I, 113 

Royal cedulas : see cedulas 

Ruiz de Abechuco, Gen. Isidro: al- 
calde mayor of Sonora, letters of, 
I, 293, II, 82 

Saeta, Francisco Xavier, S.J: mis- 
sionary at Caborca, I, 130-147; ar- 
rives in 1694, I, 131; takes charge 
of Caborca, I, 132; journey among 
missions to gather alms, I, 133; 
return to Caborca, I, 135; desire 
to work in California, I, 136; let- 
ters of, I, 132-139; murdered by 
Pimas, I, 140; letters concerning 
death, I, 148-157; presentiment of 
death, I, 156; mentioned, II, 210 

Saguaripa: Picolo at, 1706, II, 163 

Salazar [Zalasar], Antonio de, vicar 
at Real de San Juan: II, 273 

Salazar: see Granillo; Riva 

Salines: in Lower California, II, 57 

Salslpuedes: Kino at, I, 47 

Salvatierra, Conde de (viceroy) : 
charged to promote conversion of 
California, I, 219 

Salvatierra, Juan Maria, S.J: as- 
signed to California, I, 86; birth, 
I, 28 ; at Los Chinipas before 1690, 
I, 117; interested in California by 
Kino, I, 89-90, 120; reports to 
Oddon, I, 121, 215; visitor in Sin- 
aloa and Sonora, I, 98, 117, II, 
240; reports to Mexico, I, 12 1, 215; 
meets Kino in Mexico, 1696, I, 159; 
assigned to California, I, 86, II, 43, 
241 ; expedition to California from 
Yaqui, I, 215-217, 222; his work in 
California, I, 216, II, 47-66; Kino 
tries to communicate with overland, 
I, 185 ; letters to Kino and others, 
I, 190, 222, 261, 296, 305, 323, 367, 
368, II, 91, 147, 152; interest In 
Kino's exploration, I, 190, 258, 261- 
262, 296, 305, 324, 368; hardships 
of his mission, I, 367, II, 91; In 



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San Gabriel [Jose] de Guebavi [Gus- 
tutaqui], (village and mission in 
Santa Cruz Valley) : Kino at, I, 
119, 120; ranch at, I, 204, 233, II, 
27; Father San Martin in charge 
of, I, 303 ; Kino at, I, 307 ; house 
and church finished, I, 303, 307 ; 
Escalante at, I, 296 

San Geronimo (place between Qui- 
buri and San Cayetano) : I, 165 

San Geronimo [El Comae], (village 
near Gila River) : Kino at, I, 244, 
245 

San Ignacio de Caborica (Pima vil- 
lage and mission) : founded, 1687, 
I, III, II, 239; Kino at, I, in, 
200, II, 210; Salvatierra at, I, 117, 
I, 272; destroyed by Indians, I, 
145; expedition outfitted at, I, 47; 
attacked by Indians, 1703, II, 26; 
Picolo at, II, 136, 137; mentioned, 
I, 113, 115, 116, 118, 131, 141, 161, 
239> 258, II, 26; buildings of, II, 
210 

San Ignacio de Mayo, mission: I, 155 

San Ignacio (port in Sinaloa) : I, 47 

San Isidro (mission in California) : 
I, 45, 214 

San Joachin [Juachin, Joaquin], (Pi- 
ma village) : Kino passes through, 
ready for missionary, II, 182 

San Jose de Guaymas (mission) : II, 
92, 181 

San Jose de Guevavi (mission) : see 
San Gabriel, Guevavi 

San Jose de Imuris (Pima village 
and mission) : Kino at, I, in, 113, 
118, II, 208; founded, 1687, II, 239; 
Sandoval in charge, I, 117, 118; 
destroyed by Indians, I, 145 ; Pi- 
colo at, II, 137; mentioned, I, 115, 
240, 258 

San Joseph de Ramos [Basoitutgan], 
Pdpago village near Santa Clara 
Mt) : Kino at, I, 282, 284 

San Jose (vessel) : I, 40, 45, 48, II, 

54 
San Juan de Sonora (mining town 



and district capital): I, no, 113, 
167, 181, 193, 227, 266, II, 29 

San Juan Londo (village and mission 
in California) : II, 54 

San Lazaro (village and mission 
north of Cocospera) : I, 204, 233, 
307; church being built, II, 172, 
182 

San Lazaro (vessel) : I, 217 

San Lorenzo: see Santa Gertrudis 

San Lucas, Cape of: I, 221 

San Luis Bacoancos (Pima village 
and mission) : ranch begun by 
Kino, 1697, I, 165; Kino at, I, 204, 
292, 307; Father San Martin in 
charge of, I, 303 ; ready for mis- 
sionary, II, 182; mentioned, I, 210, 
233, 296 

San Luis Bertrando del Bacapa (Pa- 
pago village) : Kino at, I, 188, 256, 
277, II, 203 

San Luis Potosi: Polici rector at, I, 
300 

San Manuel, Bay of: seen by Oyuela, 
II, 205 

San Marcelo del Sonoidag [Sonoita]: 
Kino at, 1698, I, 188 ; ranch for 
mission begun, 1699, I, 193, 194; 
Kino at, I, 208, 255, 256, 279, 281, 
285, 287, 290, 309, 321, 337, 346, 
II, 203, 207, 210, 214; agriculture 
at, I, 255; church built, 1701, I, 
288, II, 204, 309; irrigation ditches, 
I, 188, 310; Quiquimas ask Kino 
to meet him there, II, 174; men- 
tioned, I, 243, 245 

San Martin, Juan de, S.J: missionary 
in charge of Guevavi, Tumacacori, 
and San Luis Bacoancos, 1701- 
1702, I, 303, 304, 307, II, 251 ; mis- 
sionary at San Francisco and Pit- 
quin [Hermosillo], 1704, aids Kino 
in his work among Guaymas, II 

93 

San Martin (village and watering- 
place near Sonoita) : Kino at, I 
303, 337, II, 207 

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1696, fortification of, house and 
ranch begun by Kino, I, 164-165; 
ready for missionary, II, 182. See 
Quiburi 

Santa Barbara, Hacienda of: II, 217 

Santa Barbara de Sonoita (Pima vil- 
lage) : I, 187, footnote; Kino at, 
I, 322, 336, II, 200 

Santa Biviana [Bibiana], (Indian 
village) : Kino at, II, 207 

Santa Catalina del Cuitoabagum 
(Sobaipuri village on Santa Cruz) : 
Kino at, I, 206, 235, 236 

Santa Clara, Puerto de [Adair Bay], 
Kino at, 1698, I, 187, 229; men- 
tioned, I, 194; Kino at, 1701, I, 
283; in 1706, II, 205, 211-213, 230; 
described by Oyuela, II, 211-213 

Santa Clara, Cerro de [Sierra del 
Pinacate]: Kino at, 1698, I, 187, 
229 (see map); in 1701, I, 283; in 
1706, II; 204 

Santa Cruz: early name for Califor- 
nia, I, 36 

Santa Cruz de Gaybanipitea [Qui- 
buri], (Sobaipuri village near Qui- 
buri) : I, i68; crops and irrigation, 

I, 170, footnote; attacked, by 
Apaches, I, 177-184; fortification 
of, I, 178 ; ready for missionary, 

II, 182 

Santa Cruz River: I, 21, 50; see Rio 
de Santa Maria 

Santa Eulalia (Indian village and 
watering-place) : ranch begun at 
Kino's orders, I, 537; Kino at, I, 

243 

Santa Gertrudis del Saric [San Lo- 
renzo], (village and mission) : 
Sandoval assigned to, I, 116; Kino 
at, I, ii8, 238, II, 166; church 
under construction, I, 373, II, 168; 
ready without missionary, II, 182 

Santa Inez [Ynes] : island discovered 
by Kino) : II, 161 ; plan to estab- 
lish communication with Califor- 
nia by way of, II, 176 



Santa Isabel (Yuma village on Col- 
orado) : Kino at, I, 313, 340 

Santa Maria Bazeraca (mission in 
Sonora) : I, 160, 166; Kino at, II, 

2lg 

Santa Maria de Bugota (village and 
mission): Kino at, I, 136; church 
under construction, II, 172, 182; 
without missionary, II, 182 

Santa Maria Magdalena [Buquiva- 
ba], (village and mission, Magda- 
lena) : Kino at, I, 116, n8, 120, 
14s, 258, II, 165, 208; Salvatierra 
at, I, 118; destroyed by native up- 
rising, I, 14s; church under con- 
struction, II, 136, 168; visited by 
Picolo, 1705, II, 137 

Santa Maria del Populo (mission) : 
Minutili and Gilg at, II, 84 

Santa Rosa de Corodeguachi, pre- 
sidio of: I, 210, II, 197 

Santa Sabina, port of: discovered by 
Kino, I, 126 

Santa Sabina (village and watering- 
place) : Kino at, I, 309, 321, 337 

Santa Teresa del Adid [Ati], (vil- 
lage and mission) : Kino at, I, 276, 
II, 167; Salvatierra at, I, 274; 
Minutili in charge of, church un- 
der construction, II, 136 

Santiago, Rio de [Tololotlan] : I, 220 

Santiago de Cocospera [N. S. del Pi- 
lar y Santiago de Cocospera], (In- 
dian village and mission) : Kino 
visits, I, us; Castillejo in charge 
of, I, 116; Salvatierra at, I, 119, 
120; Sandoval in charge of, I, 120; 
put in charge of Contreras, I, 164, 
166 (1697); attacked by hostile In- 
dians, I, 175-176, 233; fortified, I, 
274; Kino at, I, 204, 232, 274, 292, 
307, II, no, 165, 172, 200; build- 
ing in progress, I, 232, 368, 378, 
II, 27, 34, 73, 80, 86; governor ac- 
cused of hostilit}% II, lo, 103, 122; 
visited by Picolo, II, 137; men- 
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Southwest: revival of historical stud- 
ies in, I, 27 

Spanish policy: favors missions, I, 
85; Indian policy, I, 39 

Stocklein, Joseph, S.J: editor of Der 
Neue Welt-Bott, passim 

Stockraising: in missions, I, 57, 58, 
93, 143, 166; at Bac, I, 174, 205, 
at Tubutama, I, 175, 188-189, 208; 
at Concepcion, I, 175 ; at Caborca, 
I, 188-189; at Bacoancos, I, 207, 
210; at Sonoita, I, 208; at Busanic, 
I, 208 

Strobach, Joannes, S.J: I, 31 

Stiimpf, Kilian, S.J: missionary in 
China, II, 79 

Suarez, Antonio, S.J: assigned to Cal- 
ifornia mission, I, 39 

Sucoybutobabia (Papago village on 
Sonoita River) : Kino at, I, 281 

Sumas (tribe) : depredations of, I, 
106, 121, 142, 166, 269, II, 25 

Supplies, for missions: I, 45, 58, 120, 
194, 223, 250, 261-264, 297, 306, 
356, 367, II, 66, 99, 148, 153, 271 

Tamburini, Michele Angelo, S.J: 
General of Order, 1706-1730, urges 
Kino to write Favores Celestials, 

I, 92, II, 115, 274 

Tamonqui (rancheria in California) : 

II, 54 

Tapia, Father, S.J: martyred in Sin- 

aloa, I, 156 
Tapipa (place in Pimeria) : I, 163 
Tarabilla, El (Indian chief) : T, 274 
Tarahumares (tribe and district) : 
I, 49, 87, 163, II, 28 ; attempted 
revolt, 1696, I, 162; kill mission- 
aries, I, 156; mentioned, I, 291 
Tarasona, Juan Antonio de: II, 28 
Tecoripa, Sonora: Salvatierra at, I, 

266 
Tecupeto: revolt at attempted in 1696, 

I, 162 
Teguayo, Gran [Nueva Barbona] : 
I, 91, 213, II, 258 



Tehuantepec: I, 217 
Temastidn (native teacher and help- 
er) : used by missionaries, I, 132, 

209, II, 172, 239, 271 
Teocaltiche: convent at, II, 149 
Tepeguanes (tribe) : martyrdoms of 

missionaries among, I, 156 
Tepocas (tribe, branch of Seris) : 

Kino among, II, 32, 159 
Terrenate, Rio de San Jose de [San 

Pedro] : I, 164 
Terrenate, place of: I, 182. See Map 
Teupnon (rancheria in California): 

see San Bruno 
Theran de ios Rios, Gen. Domingo: 

expedition against Indians, I, 145 ; 

killed by Indians, I, 161 
Theran, Capt. Juan Dias de: see 

Diaz de Theran 
Thomas, Gaspar, S.J: rector of Ma- 
tape, I, 222 
Tiamengo: see Arnold't 
Tiburon Island: see Santa Inez 
Tilpe, Joannes, S.J: I, 31 
Tinaja: see Pitaqui 
Tinaja, La (watering-place near 

Gila), (not same as Tinajas Al- 

tas): I, 253, 311, 338 
Tinajas Altas: see Agua Escondido 
Tinajas de Cabeza Prieta: see Agua- 

je de la Luna 
Tivipucci, Alexandre Francisco, S.J: 

I. 97 
Tizon, Rio del: II, 244. See Colo- 
rado River 
Tocodoy Onigam (Papago chief) : 

visits Kino, I, 205 
Tonibavi: I, 162, II, 28, 30 
Tololotlan, Rio: see Santiago 
Torices y Cano, Miguel de: letter to 
Kino, II, 151, 155; Manje writes 
of, II, 183 
Torre: see Fernandez de la Torre 
Torre, Nicolas de la: witnesses docu- 
ment, I, 365 
Trade: missions with settlements, I, 
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Voni (rancheria in California) : II, 52 

Warfare: battle by champions, at 

Quiburi, I, 179; expenses, II, 33 
West, Elizabeth Howard: I, 25 

Yaqui, port of: I, 216 
Yaqui River: supplies from, I, 40, 47 
Yecora, on Rio Yaqui: I, 163 
Yenoyumi, rancheria in California: 

II, 5* 

Yesso [Yezo, Jesso], land of: I, 360, 
II, 231, 259 

Yodivinegge [Yodivigge], (ranch- 
eria in California) : II, 53 ; see Do- 
lores 

Ytamarra: see Itamarra 



Yturmendi: see IturmenJi 

Yumas (tribe) : I, 50, 88, 193, 194, 

195, 20I, 237, 248, 287, 289, 323, 

II, 204, 205, 210 

Zalasar: see Salazar 
Zalazar: see Riva de Zalazar 
Zanches, Manuel, S.J : see Sanchez 
Zapata: see Vargas Zapata 
Zeniza, Island of: I, 220 
Zevallos y Villa Gutierre, Alonso: I, 

107 
Zevallos, Capt. Francisco Pacheco: 

I, 114 
Zuni (tribe) : I, 237 
Zuniga, Juan de: priest with Ortega's 

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